Always Best Care continues to be recognized as one of top franchise opportunities by the most respected names in the industry. Here is just a sampling of the honors bestowed on Always Best Care during the past few years...
Top 500 Franchises 2015 Veterans
The Next 300 Largest Franchise Chains 2014
50 Top Franchises for
Smartest Growing Brands 2014
Top Business Opportunities 2014
Top Franchises in the USA 2014
Top 50 Franchises for Military Veterans, 2013
The Next 300 Largest Franchise Systems in the USA, 2013
50 Top Franchises for Minorities, 2013
Best of the Best, 2013 Franchise Business Review
Fastest Growing Franchises, 2013
Best Franchises in America, 2013
America's Best Franchises.com
Best Healthcare Senior Care Franchises, 2013
Hot 100 Franchises, 2013
Red Hot Franchises.com
Franchise 500, Top Senior Care Franchise Systems, 2013
50 Top Franchises for Minorities, 2012
USA Today/ NMFI
Franchise 500, 2012
Hot Business Opportunities, 2012
Best Franchises in America,
2013America's Best Franchises.com
175 Hottest Franchises, 2012
Next 300 Franchise Systems, 2012
Top Care Franchises, 2012
Best Franchise Opportunities, 2012
Top Global Franchises, 2012
Top 50 Franchisee Satisfaction, 2011
Franchise Business Review
Top 10 Fastest Growing Franchises, 2011
In addition, Always Best Care has been honored with more awards for marketing and advertising excellence than any other senior care company, providing franchisees with the support of an award-winning website, online advertising campaign, television advertising campaigns, and integrated marketing program.
Always Best Care strives to present its franchisees with the top franchise systems, the best technology, and the best programs possible to help them gain traction in their local markets as quickly as possible, and then grow to new levels as they build their business. Our award-winning team is always available to provide local assistance for franchisees throughout the country and around the world.
According to the Alzheimer's Association, while the number of Americans aged 100 years and older is estimated at 80,000 in 2010, by 2050 there will be more than half a million Americans aged 100 years and older.
When the first wave of baby boomers reaches 85 in 2031, an estimated 3.5 million people aged 85 and older will have Alzheimer's (Alzheimer's Association).
The number of people aged 65 and older with Alzheimer's disease is estimated to reach 7.7 million in 2030 - more than a 50% increase from the 5.1 million aged 65 and older currently affected (Alzheimer's Association).